By Elizabeth Jane Lloyd, Ray Smith
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Let us consider the full range and scope of the issues, the visions, and the views of the players, their perspectives, potentials, possibilities, and probabilities, as well as the key concerns, complexities, and considerations, the major aspects and facets, their extent and degree, their resulting impacts and ramifications, and, of course, final conclusions and recommendations. Competitive Arena In summarizing, the purpose of the Telecommunications Act was to · Eliminate the telco/cable cross-ownership ban.
But also let the current long distance service providers provide local end-to-end customer service. If price wars brought down the cost of long distance service, then let price wars bring down the price of local telephone and cable services. Let the cable companies offer telephone service, and let the telephone companies offer cable services. If the RBOCs have had to go to foreign manufactures to get their products, then let them manufacture their own products, as long as this arena is competitive.
S freeways. Don't look to its initial design for robustness, security, survivability, safety, or privacyall the key needs of a robust growing marketplace. So what's next; where do we go from here (Fig. 1-3)? Figure 1-3. A competitive telecommunications infrastructure. Page 19 New Players, New Game, New Marketplace The Telecommunications Act of 1996 has opened a door to a new society, a new world. It is indeed an opportunity for exciting things to come. As we look at the visions and views of the various players and their impacts and ramifications, it is quite apparent that what is needed nowbefore it is too lateis a new model, a blueprint for success.
Watercolour Still Life (Art School) by Elizabeth Jane Lloyd, Ray Smith